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Which video conferencing solution is best for your team? Google Meet vs. Zoom

Emily Trofholz

Emily Trofholz

February 2, 2021

As part of G Suite’s rebrand to Google Workspace in 2020, Google Meet has seen major updates to add features that make collaboration even more seamless.  With Google Workspace, you don’t need to purchase additional applications to be productive with everything in one place.

But what if your company uses another tool, like Zoom, to host meetings and meet with customers? You might find that you are spending money on an application that you already have in your toolkit. Google Meet is an enterprise-level video conferencing tool that plays well with integrations plus is included with Google Workspace. Here’s Wursta’s quick comparison of Google Meet vs. Zoom.

Both providers offer similar functionality, but Google Meet includes access to advanced security features and editors as part of the Google Workspace family.

Video conferencing is still the new normal in 2021

Hopping on a video call needs to be quick, secure, and consistent. Before the pandemic, most coworkers had the option to go across the hall or to another floor of their office to connect with a coworker. Now, remote work has been the norm for almost a year and will continue to stay that way for the foreseeable future.

Even with some teams returning to the office later in 2021, a majority of businesses will operate remotely or in a co-located way for years to come. Google understands how necessary a tool like Google Meet is, and throughout 2020 has been rapidly rolling out new features that were scheduled for months (sometimes years) later in the product roadmap. This drive for innovation will only continue at Google, with Google Meet and the other tools in the Google Workspace family.

The same, but different; let us help you compare

If you’re interested in more information about Google Meet, let’s connect. If you are already a Wursta customer and would like more hands-on training or information about Google Meet, reach out to your account manager.

Emily Trofholz

Emily Trofholz

February 2, 2021

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